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Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? Konfuzi's version of the "Golden Rule" is included.
Confucianism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? Laozi's "universal force that guides all things" is the essence.
Daoism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? Hanfeizi's strict laws & harsh punishmentswhich have become the official policy of the qin dynasty.
Legalism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? It stresses good conduct, moral judgement, & reciprocity.
Confucianism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? It's followers should renounce wordly ambition & turn to nature for guidance while rejecting formal social structures.
Daoism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? A forceful governemnt is necessary since humans are, basically br nature, evil and thus are in need of guidance.
Legalism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? Rejected idea of learning by example & justified the use of force & power.
Legalism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? Stresses the importance of moral behaviour w/in the 5 basic relationships.
Confucianism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? During teh Han dynasty the ethics of this philosophy was teh basis of the civil service of the civil service exam system.
Confucianism
Does the following have to do w/ Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism? This philosophy, by emphasizing harmony w/ nature, deeply influenced chinese painting & poetry.
Daoism
Respect for one's parents or elders is the definition of what?
Filial Piety
A new class of civil servants is the definition of what?
Mandarins
A 400 year period of prosperity & stability is the definition of what?
Pax Sinica
A religion in which confucianists could follow its 8fold path & daoists admired its meditation aspect is what?
Buddhism
A family cosisted of the parents & children rather than the "extended" type was what?
Nuclear
An ancient medical technique stressing the body's pressure points is the definition of what?
Acupuncture
An organization emphasizing different levels of importance, in China: Paternalism, is the definition of what?
Hierarchy
Based upon merit, this system allowed those w/ ability to attain public office. What was it?
Civil Service
This was part of the legacy or accomplishments of China's 1st emperor: Qin Shihuangdi. What was it?
The Great Wall
This dynasty defeated the Zhou who had defeated the Shang. Who were they?
Qin
The trade route from China to teh Mediterranean in Europe was nicknamed the what?
Silk Road
The name given to the 2 opposing forces in nature who when balanced would create harmony was what?
Yin & Yang
China's so-called "Golden Age" occurred durind what dynasty?
Han
In Chinese society roughly 90% of the people were considered to be of what status?
Peasants
@ the bottom of China's social hierarchy was a maternalistic group known by what name?
Merchants
In confucian society this group wa sonsidered to be subordinates due to hteir lack of education, difficulty in dealing w/, & general relative weakness. They were what?
Women